I always thought that only Vegas charged for Internet access (because they want you out of the room and in the casino). In related news, I need to get out more.
@Bill Fostex Monopoly in not just a board game, you tyrant.
I'm going to open a stand right next door that sells apples and water. My stand will sell apples and water for $.75 each. My supplier will be the lame stand next door who is selling the apple/water combo pack for $1.50. No! I'll buy one all-you-can-drink water and sell my refills for $.25. I'll have cups for rent @ $.25/hour.
The only alcohol that should be purchased in Vegas is the three-foot margarita tube. Everything else can be gratis.
You had to pump your own gas? That's a badass survival story if I heard one.
@cuminafterall I'm definitely more of the TCOB type of gal. But, I was always a little jealous of my hot mess of a roommate. She had no money, but every single beauty product ever invented and a closet to kill for. She would bounce out of bed at 2am to go make out with a dude in his car--and subsequently get locked out of the house. She quit her job because they wouldn't give her time off for SXSW. Looking back, I'm glad that I rubbed off on her more than she rubbed off on me.
I was hoping for variable costs and the law of diminishing returns. But this was good, too. How did Jeff find such a discrete drug dealer who happened to be willing to do an interview with a stranger? ... Unless...?
When I dropped a credit card down the elevator shaft, I decided that the card would expire long before someone found it & the universe was telling me to pay it off and close the account.
Logan stresses me out like no other. It's like watching the bad singers audition for American Idol. It's a full-body cringe--even my sphincter tightens.
Yikes. Be a grownup. If you can't and are doing a bunch of 1099 work, you should be paying your taxes quarterly. Just do it. It's nice.